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Water Hyacinth as Cattle Feed
Water hyacinth has spread to all tropical and subtropical countries and is regarded as one of the world’s most invasive aquatic plants. Research has mainly focused on extinction of the plant since it multiplies rapidly and forms dense mats which interfere with waterways, decimates aquatic wildlife and have signification ecological and socio-economic effects.

Water hyacinth has been considered to have low feed value and due to its high water content, it represents a problem at harvest and conservation. However, a recent dissertation by Ho Thanh Tham stated that cattle can be fed in levels of at least 50% of diet dry matter to growing cattle.

 
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